Women’s Ministry

Welcome to the HBC Women’s Ministry!

Whether you are a new visitor or a long-time member, we want to welcome you to Heritage and help get you connected to the life of the church. Because the gospel is absolutely essential to HBC’s mission, it is the foundation upon which we build our Women’s Ministry. Our purpose is to come alongside the leadership of Heritage to disciple women through gospel-centered worship, gospel-formed community, and gospel-driven service.

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Women's Ministry

HBC Women's Bible Study

All ladies are invited to join us starting in Fall of 2020 for our bible study on the books of Colossians and Philemon. The study will be team taught by a small group of HBC ladies. We will use Kathleen Nielson's Living Word Colossians and Philemon as our homework guide.You may purchase Kathleen Nielson's Colossians and Philemon study book for $5 at the first meeting. While we would certainly encourage doing the homework, don't let not being able to keep you away!

 

What can you expect if you attend Women's Bible Study?

  • Large group teaching environment followed by a small group discussion environment
  • An opportunity for you to dive deeper into the Bible through appropriate homework/study tools
  • Fellowship and encouragement from other ladies
  • Prayer

Schedule

August 24/27 :       Introduction to Colossians (Samantha Hartman)

September 14/17:  Colossians 1: 1-14 (Randi Purcell)

October 5/8:          Colossians 1:15-23 (Randi Purcell)

October 26/29:     Colossians 1:24-2:5 (Kelly Lyle)

November 16/19:  Colossians 2:6-23 (Samantha Hartman)

January 18/21:      Colossians 3:1-4 (Jane Van Camp)

February 8/11:       Colossians 3:5-14 (Jane Van Camp)

March 1/4:             Colossians 3:15-4:1 (Ruth Boulet)

March 29/April 1:  Colossians 4:2-18 (Ruth Boulet)

April 19/22:           Philemon (Kelly Lyle)

 

 

Gospel-Formed Community 

Discipleship

Because we are intentional about offering “life on life” discipleship opportunities, we’ve found that gospel-formed community and gospel-driven service most frequently go hand-in-hand! Discipleship occurs in a variety of ways, but the focus is the same: to develop fully devoted followers of Christ. Sometimes, these discipleship relationships develop organically through community groups or bible studies. At other times, the HBC Women’s Ministry can intentionally partner you with a mature follower of Christ to come alongside you in your walk with Christ. Contact Jane Van Camp at jmvancamp@gmail.com or 863-581-1485.

Community Life

“Community Life” events are offered quarterly as a way to connect with other HBC women and serve. Sometimes these are “Service Nights” where we gather to meet the needs of others. Other times, we come together for fellowship and a fun event to help HBC women get connected. Contact Sarah Purcell at sarah.b.purcell@gmail.com with questions or if you would like to help serve!

 

Gospel-Driven Service

S.O.S

“S.O.S. “ (Serve our Seniors) is a service group which exists to meet the needs of our older folks at HBC. In the fall, SOS is launching a new ministry called “Connecting Across Generations.” The purpose of this ministry is to connect families and individuals with a special senior for purposes of encouragement, fellowships, and meeting needs. If you are interested in helping out with S.O.S. contact Natasha Johnson at nlthorpe@msn.com.

Widows Walk

“Widows Walk” is a special ministry of HBC geared towards ladies who have lost their husband. This group of women comes together six times a year for fellowship and encouragement as they face the unique challenges of losing a spouse. Each meeting is specially planning with a program and luncheon to encourage the hearts of our widows. If you are interested in attending Widows Walk or would like to serve at this ministry, please contact the church office.

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